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  • Photo of Beyond the Barrel: Reasons why we love Uluwatu

    While the whole of Indonesia never disappoints when it comes to epic surf locales, Bali (Uluwatu, specifically) alone remains near and dear to many for a number of reasons. Sure, some avoid the island altogether in search of uncharted waves in places like Sumba or the Mentawais. But the volume and variety of year-round surf on Bali is undeniable. Uluwatu…

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  • Photo of Surfing Mentawais – Where to Stay? When to go? What to pack?

    Surfing Mentawais – Surf Travel Guide For The First Time Ments-Traveler The Mentawais is a legendary chain of large and small islands, about 150 kilometres off the coast of West Sumatra. It’s fabled for its uncrowded waves, exceptional fishing and warm tropical water year-round. Hollow-trees, Thunders, Macaronis and Lances are just a few of the 25+ world-renowned left and right…

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  • Photo of Empty Surf in Simeulue

    Empty Surf in Simeulue

    Uncrowded Surf in Simeulue Simeulue, an island located in Northern Sumatra has some of the best and most uncrowded waves of Indonesia. The problem is that most resorts there are quite expensive. Batu Rundung Surf is one of the only affordable accommodations on the island with a very similar level of standing to those more expensive places. Included with the…

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  • Photo of 3-Days Surf-trip to G-Land, fom Bali

    This G-Land surf-trip organized by Dawn Patrol Bali Surf School is designed for intermediate and advanced surfers. Without any doubt, this the real deal when it comes to surfing world-class Indonesian waves and experiencing Indonesian culture through a road trip from Bali with exceptional local surf-guides. SURFING IN G-LAND Located in the isolated jungles of East Java, G-Land, also known as Grajangan…

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  • Photo of Luxury stay in Lakey Peak, Sumbawa

    SURF-TRIP TO LAKEY PEAK, SUMBAWA The world-class A-Frame of Lakey Peak is no longer a secret to surfers hunting for waves in Indonesia. The emerging surf destination of Lakey is also known for being the home of local grommets, a new generation of competitive surfers led by Oney Anwar currently in the QS. Lakey Peak, Sumbawa, has been frequented by Australian…

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  • Photo of Learn to Surf in the Bukit, Bali

    LEARN TO SURF IN BALI The south Peninsula of Bali, also known as the Bukit, is where the essence of surfing in Bali lies. While most surf spots are for intermediate and advanced surfers, the Bukit is home to a good variety of safe surf spots for beginner surfers, away from the more crowded beginner surf spots of Kuta and…

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  • Photo of VW Surf Bus – Lombok and Sumbawa Surf-Trip

    VW SURF BUS – LOMBOK AND SUMBAWA SURF-TRIP Ex pro-surfer from Lombok and owner of Bombora Bungalows in Kuta, Lombok, Risman and his crew have renovated a VW Kombi with the desire to design the coolest surf-trips around Lombok & Sumbawa. Traveling by minivan is awesome but being accompanied by a local surf-guide that knows all the secret spots around…

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  • Photo of Sumba Surf Charter to the Secrets of Eastern Indonesia

    Royal Fortuna Cruise, SUMBA SURF CHARTER The ROYAL FORTUNA is a traditional Phinisi schooner built in 2012 by the famous Konjo tribe in Sulawesi, Indonesia. She was completely renovated  in 2017 and is now the fastest, most comfortable and safest boat that is dedicated to find empty line-ups in the remote areas of Nusa Tenggara. We’ve travelled aboard the RFC…

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  • Photo of Surfing Empty Beach-Break at our Doorstep, in Sumatra 

    In between world class waves and heavy beach breaks Surf in Indonesia is pictured by reef-breaks, mechanical waves, and crystal clear waters. The coastal area of Krui is one of those regions bordered by world-class surf breaks. Ujung Bocur, and Way Jambu known as the Sumatran pipeline, are just two of the spots that make Krui a prime surfing destination.…

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  • Photo of Surfing T-Land, Rote – Another Surf Paradise Just a Few Hours Away From Bali

    Surfing Rote: T-Land, the friendlier version of G-Land Both world-class waves, both left-handers, both found in remote Indonesia. Goofy footers have one more reason to go on a surf –trip to Indonesia. While the surf-break of G-Land is bordered by the lush jungle of East Java, T-Land is located in Rote, the southernmost island of the Indonesian archipelago. A world-class…

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